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 GroomOccupationToBrideBrides FatherCountyDate
Attridge, HenryCoastguard"Elizabeth MorrisC.G.s Dau.Galway31/8/1847
Barrow, ArthurCarpenter"Mary Jane JeffreyC.G.Officers DauDonegal01/7/1909
Barrow, JamesCoastguard"Susan Eliza DunnisChief Boatmans Dau.Donegal5/9/1870
Benstead,Richard WilliamCoastguard"Jane WedgerC.Gs. Dau.Waterford10/3/1829
Brockman, EdwinCoastguard"Frances ElwoodC.G. Pensioners Dau.Wicklow19/11/1849
Caley, JohnCoastguard"Mary Anne PenmanChief Officers Dau.Mayo13/9/1870
Dimick, SimonCoastguard"Harriett MorrisC/Gs. Dau.Galway21/7/1849
Neal, WilliamRevenue Cruiser"Margaret Hamiltonn/aDonegal17/4/1821
Ware, ThomasWaterguard"Alice Haysn/aClare10/1/1836

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#11 | cathieee on 10/10/2013 03:15:57
hi my great grandfater was a coastguard between 1880 ish to 1918 when he died,his name was stephen pilcher,he became chief head coastguard,he was posted at ballycotten, youghal, knockadoon an dungavan ,maybe more,he was born in queenstown about 1864,he married kate cunningham about 1896,they had 7 children,stephen,clara,maud,kathleen (my nan),arthur,ernie and william,all born in different places,when he died his body was taken to england and he is burried in a naval cemetery in portsmouth,i would like to know why that would have happened,also his 2 youngest sons were sent to greenwich naval college after he died ,is this usual, thanx, cathie
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